Cartoons: Retirement

If you have not yet retired from the rat race, here's what you have to look forward to.

“And to think we were worried about how he'd handle retirement.” from July/August 1998

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 “And to think we were worried about how he'd handle retirement.” from July/August 1998

"And to think we were worried about how he'd handle retirement."
from July/August 1998

 “He's mostly adjusted to retirement OK, except that keeps sending me memos.” July/August 2000

"He's mostly adjusted to retirement OK,
except that he keeps sending me memos."
from July/August 2000

“I am not a stalker. I'm Morty, your husband, and I retired last Tuesday.

"I am not a stalker. I'm Morty,
your husband, and I retired last Tuesday."
from July/August 2000

 “I'm sorry, you have reached a non-working number.” from March/April 2003

"I'm sorry, you have reached a non-working number."
from March/April 2003

“So, how was your first day of retirement--and what's for dinner?” from July/August 1997

"So, how was your first day of retirement--and what's for dinner?"
from July/August 1997

“Honey…I need a seven letter word for catatonic!!” “R-E-T-I-R-E-D” from January/February 1998

"Honey…I need a seven letter word for catatonic!!"
"R-E-T-I-R-E-D"
from January/February 1998

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Comments

  1. These retirement cartoons say it all about retirement. Tell people not to be in a hurry to retire.

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